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to make the noise on "60 minutes." >> simon: i was hoping you would. >> i have limits. >> rosy napravnik has won! >> simon: and this coming saturday, rosy napravnik, the hottest jockey in america, will test her limits when she makes a run for the roses at the kentucky derby. >> i'm steve kroft. >> i'm leslie stahl. >> i'm morley safer. >> i'm bob simon. >> i'm lara logan. >> i'm scott pelley. those stories tonight on "60 minutes." >> kroft: tonight, you're going [ male announcer ] we started with raw inspiration, and set out to reate something entirely new. something unexpected. no compromises. no committees. no excuses. just the purest expression, of everything we love about driving. introducing the radically new toyota avalon. ♪ toyota. let's go places. ♪ i've always had to keep my eye on her... but, i didn't always watch out for myself. with so much noise about health care... i tuned it all out. with unitedhealthcare, i get information that matters... my individual health profile. not random statistics. they even reward me for addressing my health risks. so i'm doing fine... but s
the video i'm about to show you. this is the beautiful model and actress rosy huntington white lee. she is also a designer, has designed a sexy line of lingerie. it's focused on this fashion. it is a collection of granny panties and bras. >> i knew this stuff was going to come back. >> granted, rosy makes the designs look beautiful and gorgeous. they put this to the test. these are photos of her in the granny panties. >> you can't compare anybody to an underwear model. everybody is going to look bad compared to her. i get them. i understand. i'm not necessarily mad at them either. that one is strange. the others are fine. that one -- no. if you are going to do this, wear a thong. >> control. >> it holds in this, just in case you are getting softer in parts, tuck it in there. >> no, you are not going to convince me. if you are comfortable and functional, great. >> what's important is even if you don't look like rosy, you can wear anything with confidence which is the attractive part of a woman, anyway. >> you can wear anything. >>> it's the video of the babies and the lightsaber. >> he's
after the ten-year anniversary of september 11th. joining me now is rosie of buzz feed. thanks for being here, rosie. >> thank you for having me. >> now, rosie, the d.a.'s office is saying, "we are eager to pursue any new leads of information. it has been reported he knew one of the deceased victims. it remains an open and active investigation." now, when did the older friends start thinking about him in connection with these earlier murders? >> i don't think they were suspicious of him when the murders happened. i think it started rising among this group of friends in the last week or so now that they've learned that he's a suspect or that he was a suspect in the bombings. >> now, the owner of the gym where the suspect used to train said he introduced one of the three that was killed brendan as his best friend. we also know that the murder was gruesome. the victims were stabbed in the neck with an ice pick or a knife and that it was not a robbery because $5,000 was left at the crime scene and the bodies were covered with marijuana. but here's where something -- and, of course, none of t
riding helmet for saving her life. this is rosy morton, riding her horse, luke. luke bucks her off and she lands right near his rear quarters. luke, an arab mix horse kicks her right in the head, pouring blood out. everybody, including doctors, said rosy is lucky to survive this kick. >> it looked like that horse aimed directly at her head like it knew weight was doing. >> i think it's an understatement to say that she is lucky to be alive. >> the horse was apparently spooked when she hit the ground. she was trying to get her horse, luke, to take that jump. he didn't take that jump. she fell off and that spooked him and caused him to kick. in the meantime, this is a lot of time with this horse. obviously, not intentional, but definitely going to need a stitch or two. >> perhaps we can help me figure out who is at fault here. this is dash cam video from russia. right about here, you see there's a car driving in front of this driver and up to the left is a woman crossing the street with a child. but immediately, you see other cars coming in her direction. >> oh, boy. >> oh, my gosh.
will be riding. and they include rosie napravnik. she's won more races this year than any other jockey. our bob simon talked with the 25-year-old sensation for this sunday's "60 minutes." we'll talk with bob in just a minute if what's his name would get out of the shot there. here's a preview of his piece. >> reporter: when she breaks from the gate jostled by other jockeys, rosie gives as good as she gets in a sport that's long been dominated by men. it's close to a contact sport. rosie is 5'2" and weighs in at little more than 110 pounds. imagine the strength it takes to dominate that 1,000-pound beast cruising at more than 40 miles an hour. just watch the rhythm as that yellow helmet moves. it takes focus, a fine touch and an absolute absence of fear. something rosie napravnik has never known. >> i don't ever really remember a time when i got really nervous. >> reporter: not even when you were on a horse that's going so fast? >> no. that's when i'm most comfortable. >> reporter: most like yourself? >> absolutely. >> reporter: rosie's statistics are stunning. >> pants on fir
or scare you into wiring money to supposedly help a loved one. rosie leftwich is working for you explaining how this works. >> reporter: people in at least four counties, including towson university have reported receiving this phone call. it's made mostly to cell phones and scammers are looking for cash. the caller calls you by name usually and says your wife or some other loved one or member of the family has caused a car crash and is holding them until you pay up for damages. they have asked from $500 to $1,000. the problem with this type of scam is that it's hard to car the culprits. >> that's the difficulty in tracing these type of calls trying to ascertain where they come from. some of them have been traced locally, some overseas but certainly we see trends. we want to make them aware and make them cog nip disapt this is a -- cognizant this is a scam. >> reporter: he said the calls they received had a 301 area code. remain calm. he said scams like this are more common than someone actually being held against their will. you need to think about that. >>> another dreary day for your umb
robbers was grabbing headlines in 1987. he said he met a woman named rosie in san jose. anderson said he strangled her and dumped her body near ben lomond300 yards past a retainment pond. >> he thinks she was probably mixed hispanic and black and that she had noticeable junkie tracks on her arms. i think somebody knows rosie. >> reporter: they are all details the fbi hasn't shared until now. parker says they are out of leads and need the public's help. >> it's really frustrating to know that there's probably families out there who just wonder what happened to their loved ones and think they will never know. >> reporter: while parker acknowledges anderson lied about some of his experiences with women, she says these cases are different in part because he admitted making mistakes and shared details of a 1989 killing so brutal it even seemed to bother anderson. >> he stated he picked a navajo woman from benetia, the main drag in benetia. >> reporter: just like he did with schwartz, anderson said they drove to arizona before he strayed from his mo. >> he said she was getting mouthy and he w
themselves to the fact that their cld may need special help. when i look at rosie in the classroom, she's always engaged. she's always intensely involved in whatever she's doing, usually playing with other kids. she's very sociable. she's very intense. yeah. hendrick: fourth, describe the behavior you see in the classroom, but do not try to diagnose the cause. it's not our place to diagnose. "and then the chameleons wore--" boy: i can't see. i'm sorry. why don't turn the page so that you can? jordan bentley, i'm going to stop for a minute. it's very hard for me to read when you are talking. you may sit on miss kathleen's lap, or you may join snack-- one or the other. jordansnack. woman: ok. why don't you go wash your hands? hendrick: remember, a particular behavior can have many different causes, and it takes a trained professional to determine the reason for what is going for example, failure to pay attention at story time may be the consequence of a hearing loss, inappropriate reading material, borderline intelligee, fatigue, poor eyesight, or simply needing to go to the toilet. we ha
at rosie mccann's pub at santana row, and telling police, he was high on drugs both times. zaid is scheduled to be back >> san jose police are looking for a team. who attempted a bold daytime home burglary. an attempt which will likely have you shaking your head in disbelief. because they used a baby in their scheme kron 4's stanley roberts shows us. in his latest edition of people behaving badly. now to the average person this would appear to be a woman simply walking with a baby, she walked up to the door rings the bell then knocks ( sound of knocking on door ) in fact the woman with the baby looks in the window and continues to knock as if she knows who lives at this house you are looking at survalliance video from a home in san jose where things aren't always what they seem in fact if you look at a different camera you will see a totally different scene watch the fence at the rear of the house notice the man with the red baseball cap followed by a second man in a black shirt both man are wearing gloves, but apparently have no i dea they are being recoreded then after trying
they see is not rosy. an overwhelming majority of them have a pessimistic view of the future according to the latest survey. around 94% of pakistanis between the ages of 18 and 29 believe the country is headed in the wrong direction. that is one of the findings of the new study conducted by the british council. the figure has gone up 8% in the last four years. the report also reveals that only one in five respondents expect their economic situation to improve over the next year. >> translator: i don't believe things are going to improve. the country is mired in foreign debt. the economic situation is very severe. it won't be easy to make new economic policies. >> translator: our family has never had any worries over money, food, or anything else. but in the past five years, things have gotten so bad we can't even pay the rent of our house. the past five years have ruined us. >> the report analyzes factors behind the bleak outlook, including the deadly islamist insurgency, a weak economy, high inflation, and chronic energy shortages. around 38% of respondents say islamic law is better s
of the grounds will be minimal. the other two national parks, the rosie the riveter world war ii home front national memorial park in richmond and port chicago naval magazine national memorial in concord will not be hit quite as hard. staffing positions and their hours of opeartion will remain the same, but the programs untill further notice. in the east bay, charles clifford kron 4 news. san francisco's central subway project is getting ready for its next big step. drilling tunnels more than a mile and a half long, and deep below downtown. kron 4's maureen kelly takes us underground for a look. what you are looking at is where eventually the two tunnels one for each direction of the t linewill be dug. if you look closely you can have wall which shows where drills will start boring holes that will go as deep as 90 feet below downtown san francisco. right now we are 40 feet belowwith 4th street running above us over here is the hole where the machines that will do the digging are going to be lowered down they drills so big they've being shipped here in pieces.here are just two pieces of one
. what else? >> why not rosie o'donnell on the list? gyrose o'donnell? -- >> rosy o'donnell? she is on a list, but not that list. >> our tribute to martin luther king on the tort 5th anniversary of -- on the 45th anniversary of his death. >> i don't know what will happen now. but it doesn't matter now. i have been to the mountain top. like anybody i would like to live a long life. longevity has its place. but i'm not concerned about that now. i've seen the promise land. i may not get there with you, but i want you to know tonight that we as a people will get to the promise land. >> that was the great dr. martin luther king on the eve of his assassination 45 years ago today. he was killed on april tourth, 1968 on a motel balcony in memphis, tennessee. he knew even the night before he died he wasn't going to live a long life on this earth. what he did not know the mark he would leave on the world forever . eric, let me start with you. do you think dr. king would think blacks in america have reached the promise land today? >> well, i would hope that he would think that racism in ame
and families. we have to make sure to get the right balance. >> it seems like you are painting a very rosy picture of where weand are where we have to go. we don't know where we have to go if we have another war. how much pressure is there -- you don't control the budget -- are you being hurt? >> one thing i need is predictability. right now with the law of the land is siquesteration. signed 1 march, in there is no other agreement made, we'll take an additional $500 billion cut over the next 10 years. what that means to the army, we will have to significantly reduce the army structure, we will have to reduce the modernization programs and we will have to reduce compensation benefits for our soldiers. >> jamie: you would like more mony? >> i think -- here's what i think. if we go to full sequestration, there will be things we cbts do. we have to come to the realization that we understand the risk associated without doing those things. the army will not be able to do some of the things we do now. people have to be comfortable with that risk. it's my job to identify the risk associated with t
into here with apple. what do uuthink about this? because adam shapiro was painting a pretty rosy picture. i think the stock is jumping a lot on increase in the dividend, 15% we're looking at increase in the share buyback program, blowing it out to $100 billion. that was an incree of 50 billion. i don't, there is bad news in there too, right? >> sure. there was some bad news in that they are significantly lowering revenue and earnings guidance for the next quarter from what wall street had been expecting. melissa: right. >> that shouldn't please anybody. i think all of the increase is attributable to the increase in the cash they plan to return to shareholders. melissa: yeah. >> there is wonky point that adam didn't mention which is they mentioned in their earnings release they are going to take on debt although they haven't said yet how much and exactly how they're going to do that. this is very significant for apple watchers because steve jobs hated debt. and the fact that they're going to do this tells us that they're firmly in the world of modern financial cash management and they intend
where is the flying car? where is my jet pack? where is my rosy the robot. >> reporter: that is the receipt owe futurist mantra. there was a future that was promised to us that wasn't delivered. >> rosy the robot is often the face of those futuristic laments. >> come and get it. she was like a swiss army knife of robotics. >> reporter: sam register, head of warner brothers animation points out that rosy took the world of push button convenience one button further. >> what's incredible is their lives were so easy anyway. that they still would need someone to make it more easy. like you have a robot to press even more buttons. >> reporter: as beloved as they were and as timeless as they are, the jetsons remind us our standard of comfort is rarely comfortable enough. >> even when we have a world of flying cars and jet packs and pills and you only work a few hours a day, you're still going to take that for granted. >> reporter: besides at the end of the day all those cool gadgets are really only as good as the people who use them. >> jane, stop this crazy thing. jane! jane!
an incident when zaid, high on cocaine, through a chair through a window here at rosie macann's pub at santana row. zaid faces yet more drug charges, four counts of assault and hit and run in the walmart rampage. zaid is expected to be arraigned on thursday in the walmart case and will return to court later this month to answer for the earlier charges. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> pam: new tonight at five-- safeway wants to build a huge, new shopping center along ygnacio valley road in walnut creek. kron 4's charles clifford shows us the plans. and explains why the project has some neighbors concerned. >> reporter: safeway is calling this proposed development the orchards at walnut creek. the grocery store chain wants to put in more than 200,000 square feet of commercial and residential space on this 24 acre site... which sits along ygnacio valley road at oak grove road. this is a google earth view looking north across the site as it is now. the anchor store of the development would be a new 55,000 square foot safeway grocery store located here. but that's just the beginning...ther
republicans on both sides of the hill don't paint such quite a rosy picture of this. >> i'm not trying to paint a rosy picture. i'm just saying this is a departure from the previous four years. the fact he's proposed the issue of the changed cpi, the price index on inflation on social security has angered the people in his party on the left. maybe the president sees that this country is headed for the ditch unless we cure the debt and deficit program and reforms of entitlement programs has got to be part of that "o'reilly factor" do you think there's a willingness of the part of the republicans on capitol hill, we're not overly impressed with the president's budget, would you gel it a shot? >> if we don't give it a shot, say we're ready to sit down, then the american people are not well served. there has to be, sooner or later, reigning in of entitlement programs and tax reform. we know that has to happen. >> greta: immigration, you want to mooch it faster than, for instance, your colleague senator marco rubio. >> no. >> greta: no? you don't want to move the process, get it rolling sor
. charles: it just all sounds so amazing. so rosy. what are the pitfalls? what are the risks? >> it is literally just a safety study. we do not see any complications at all. the risk would be some type of rare complication that we are completely unaware of. we have examined every complication out there and we do not think that there will be any. dennis: on the screen, there is a spinal cord. the spinal cord breaks and you put something into the spinal cord. >> yes. the leash and for about three weeks. we will intervene early so the lesion does not grow. then you have spare tissue around that lesion. functional recovery returned right below that point of injury. for people already in wheelchairs, we add to that. stuart: it is a medical device. >> it is. there will be a little tax. right now, we do not have the revenue. stuart: how much does the and implant cost? >> these patients will spend over a million dollars their first year of care. stuart: you have painted a rosy picture. >> we do have chemical data. we have published it. we have one global rewards. we presented in stoc
high. nicole: that is right. a new forecast, rosy targets. know what rosie targets bring? new highs. the highest levels since 2007. it is bringing the other guy up along with it, avis. their car both hitting new annual highs talk about revenue growth targets for the next three years. they see a good financial output, revenues growing up to 14% by the year 2015. so good news, good news. stuart: that will do it. we are very close to a 100-point gain on the dow jones industrial average. a minor dip yesterday, straight up today, 92, higher as we speak. let's move onto charles, make some money with a company called veraphone systems. charles: when they swipe your card, typically that is veraphone. the stock has been crushed. try to find a bottom because they underestimated where a business can take a cell phone, you automatically have that. bypassing them. this is a 30-year-old company in 110 countries, it is well established. wal-mart will not distance them. they changed their motive and have have gone after gdp, high gdp. this is one of the names of would not be surprised sometime in t
a chair through a window at rosie mccann's pub at santana row, and telling police, he was high on drugs both times. zaid is scheduled to be back in court on thursday. an officer involved shooting that followed a series of 9- 1-1 calls ends, with a 28- year-old man in the hospital. after being shot and wounded by lafayette police one neighbor tells kron4's haaziq madyun about a recent incident involving the same residence >> it was easter sunday. there was trouble over this past easter weekend connected to the lafayette homeon woodview drivethe scene of tuesday's officer involved shootingthat is according to neighbor cathy borman who told investigators she saw a man driving dangerously on the quiet street a couple of >> "so we called the police >> "love their kids" >> reporter: jane omickclose friend and neighbor of the family who owns the home where the shooting occurred describes what she saw after hearing the gunshots early tuesday morning. as for she belives a young man described by police as a resident of the home approached officers holding a knife >> "it was scary" things like tha
crashed his car into a san jose chevron station into a chair through a window at rosie mccann's pub at santa row, and telling police that he was high on drugs both times. >> he is scheduled to be back in court tomorrow, to answer for his actions in the wal-mart rampage. he faces four felony counts of assault, hit and run, resisting arrest and still more drug charges. >> this satisfaction with expectations for the company, goldman sachs has taken apple off its list of most highly recommended stocks. in a note to clients, a goldman and sachs analyst says that the iphone 5 has not sold as well as they expected. he says that apple needs some real " hits " among the products that they roll out dough in the second half of the year. this does not mean that the company is off of sex are radsachs radar completely. >> it looks like the next version of the iphone could happen sometime this summer. asian manufacturers of the components used to make the iphone have hinted that production is about to start for the new model. this is video of the lead in the last iphone that was released in the fa
takes over her husband's duties. days after her husband was shot and killed, rosie crum takes over as mingo county, west virginia's new sheriff. she was sworn in blocks from where her husband was shot. >> so help me god. >> so help me god. >> congratulations. >> her husband was shot and killed on wednesday after sitting in a parking lot. the man accused of killing him was last known to be in stable but critical condition. rosie crum will serve out her late husband's term which runs through the end of the year. people there in that town said she knows him and his crime-fighting ways better than anyone. she should fulfill the rest of his term. >>> new fallout over the video showing mike rice verbally and physically abusing rutgers players. run of rice's assistant coaches has resigned. he, too, was seen berating players and hurling basketballs at players. there is also calls for the athletic director and the president of rutgers to step down. >>> some think marijuana should be legal. this is the first time a majority said yes to legalizing pot. 52% now support it 45% say no. 72% said
would have said to rosy, don't go to hollywood. >>> my father thought i was a nut for taking the job, but i took the job working at burger king. i became operations manager and director of burger king in europe. >> he's coming from a very strong corporate sector and he says he's now paying for his sins. >> now i want to use the knowledge that i gained and give it to others. so i'm creating this living university here so that people can come enjoy themselves and by osmosis, if nothing else, take over everything that we know. >> hello, everyone. i am the owner and founder. ♪ [ male announcer ] for a love that never fades over any amount of time, there's iams. with 50% more animal protein than other leading brands... ...to help keep his body as strong as his love. iams. keep love strong. ...and we inspected his brakes for free. -free is good. -free is very good. [ male announcer ] now get 50% off brake pads and shoes at meineke. >>> this is cnn breaking news. >> and this breaking news. very sad news to bring to you. it's being reported that matthew warren, the 27-year-old son of pasto
. the tweets, overnight, from so many. jimmy kimmel, steve martin. rosie o'donnel, albert brooks, both using the word "genius." steve carell calling him "wildly funny." so many of them consider winters one of the finest improv comics ever. this one one of the most famous appearances on the jack paar show in 1964 -- >> do something with a stick. >> reporter: even paar knew he was about to get something good. >> you can give him anything. >> reporter: winters -- becoming a fisherman. we're onto something this time. >> sorry, maragret. >> send in those big cats. >> reporter: the lion tamer. >> send in the smaller ones. >> reporter: and the violini. >> imagine what i could do if i had the other part. >> reporter: he was revered by his fellow performers back then. a frequent guest on so many of their programs. here with dean martin. >> hey deansy, what do you want to do? well, i don't know. what's your pleasure? >> well, if i told you that, we'd be off the air. [ laughter ] >> reporter: this weekend robin williams. who tweeted he was my comedy buddha. williams would honor him in later years. once
and they will not be allowed to keep the jobs they currently have open. richmond rosie and other sites as well will be included. >>> boston marathon investigators say the two were triggered by long range remote control meant for toy cars. that is a far more sophisticated system than they first believed. this bolster is the theory that the older brother received bomb making help during his trip to russia last year. no terrorist groups were involved. >>> this goes on to a horrifying high speed crash and a young mother and daughter got hurt when two speeding teens crashed into a house. janine de la vega has all the details. janeane? >> reporter: understanding right where the car came in and you can still see the air to tracks, the car came right up onto the lawn and crashed in front of this house which is boarded up and you can see debris on the front lawn. the family inside was powerless he to protect themselves and the victim's husband said his wife is in critical condition in the intensive care unit. it happened just before 4:00 p.m. they were speeding when one car ploughed into the house. the 40-year-old wom
'neal wrote many plays will be open only three days a week instead of five. also rosie -- and port chicago memorial in concord will have programs cut as well. >> a bay area company believes it's technology could numb the pain for people suffering from conditions ranging from arthritis to sports injuries. it doesn't involve clugs or surgeries, just cold. >> a short walk across the parking lot can be uncomfortable. >> getting in and out of bed or getting in and out of a chair is pain oofl today, she's hoping to relieve the pain. >> you're going to feel cold stuff on your leg again. >> preparing to treat with a new technology that he says this device is designed to penetrate, then numb a nerve carrying pain from the knee. >> nerve doesn't work anymore. so patients get off the table and can, you know do a deep knee bend. >> we first profiled a version of this last year when undergoing testing for freezing wrinkles. when activated nudging is ejected but watch what happens to this material as the tip continues to cool uk see the cooling forming at the tip. >> our studies have shown you can turn
will be open only three days a week instead of five. also rosie -- and port chicago memorial in concord will have programs cut as well. >> a bay area company believes it's technology could numb the pain for people suffering from conditions ranging from arthritis to sports injuries. it doesn't involve clugs or surgeries, just cold. >> a short walk across the parking lot can be uncomfortable. >> getting in and out of bed or getting in and out of a chair is pain oofl today, she's hoping to relieve the pain. >> you're going to feel cold stuff on your leg again. >> preparing to treat with a new technology that he says this device is designed to penetrate, then numb a nerve carrying pain from the knee. >> nerve doesn't work anymore. so patients get off the table and can, you know do a deep knee bend. >> we first profiled a version of this last year when undergoing testing for freezing wrinkles. when activated nudging is ejected but watch what happens to this material as the tip continues to cool uk see the cooling forming at the tip. >> our studies have shown you can turn off the nerve for tw
obviously. what's interesting is that the white house this week was trying to tamp down the rosy scenario we're there kind of feeling, like we're making so much progress trying to tell people we have a long way to go. and on immigration they know that that is the case as well. there's been this sense at the white house and all of us know this that senator marco rubio is at the center of this and we're expecting senator marco rubio to step up and do all seven shows. gwen: sunday talk shows. >> with water, i hope. >> in two languages. >> and put himself fully behind this effort to try to get a legislation of compromise bill. gwen: and we only have a little bit of time left. but i'm curious about this idea that the president is giving too much to soon. he said i've come back halfway. and the republicans say oh, no, you haven't come any way. >> a lot of people said you've given up some on entitlements. the reason the president is giving up something on entitlements, he's in the hope for republicans to agree on tax increases. gwen: thank you all very much. we've got to go for now but the conversa
a chair through a window at rosie the chaos club at santa rosa, and telling police, he was high on drugs about times. >> this man was out of control on drugs. this is a regional act against the pigeon of wal-mart and wal- mart. this is more serious than just being on drugs. the defense will put together a history on him to see whether his problems always related or drug- related and get him treated. >>zaid is scheduled to be back in court tomorrow, to answer for his actions to want rampage. he faces four felony counts of assault, hit and run, resisting arrest and more drug charges. >> will take a break. at 4:08. >> a live look at the san mateo bridge as we take a look at 92. no problems and no rain for now. it may be a difference or tomorrow morning. we will get an update on the forecast 97ming up at 4:15. >> welcome back the time is 4:10. >> the america's cup will be a huge series of events beginning in just a few weeks. west side of people expected along san francisco's waterfront and nearby neighborhoods. and roaming the organizers last night, residents wanted assurance and the lead u
realmente dichosa. >>> quÉ linda foto. >>> y una carta que escribieron chiquis y rosy con el motivo del dÍa de la madre y lo dificil que es vivir sin ella. la revista sale el viernes 5. >>> vamos a cambiar de tema. los talentosos chicos de il bolo estÁn felices, por su nueva producciÓn donde cantan con plÁcido domingo, tambiÉn con eros ramazzotti. y tambiÉn belinda. y tony hablÓ con ellos un poquito mÁs. cuÉntanos. >>> el "trtrÍo il bolo estÁ que vuela alto. >>> quÉ hicieron para mejorar el espaÑol? >>> siempre trabajando con humberto gatica, es chileno, y por eso hablamos siempre espaÑol. inglÉs, pero mÁs espaÑol. >>> silencio... >>> puedo decir lo que me dijiste al oÍdo? >>> sÍ, las chicas. >>> y las fans porque nos gusta hablar con ellas. >>> en facebook. >>> despuÉs comienzan los chismes. >>> su nueva producciÓn incluye duetos uno de ellos con belinda, y quedaron flechados. >>> belinda, belinda, como un fruto di mare. quÉ pasÓ? quÉ pasa con belinda? >>> les rompiÓ el corazon? >>> bonita chica? >>> sÍ, guapa, hermosa, maravillosa. >>> muy simpatica. >>> le gusta
fellow performers who honored them in his tweets. rosie o'donnell and albert brooks both using the word genius and steve carell calling him wildly funny. born in ohio he was a machine gunner in world war ii and his comedy could be like that too, rapid-fire. he could tear it up on the big screen laying waste to this gas station in the 1963 ensemble comedy "it's a mad, mad, mad, mad world." >> he's going down. >> reporter: he had a few tv shows of his own during th the '60s. he was a seminal influence on robin williams' work appearing on "morning and mindy" but many baby boomers knew him best as one of the funniest talk show guests of his era able to make any host helpless with laughter. later years, he brought his skills to the occasional guest spot into animated projects. in 1999 he was awarded the mark twain prize for american humor, a fitting tribute for a comedy legend. he died in montecito, california, friday, he was 87 years old. >> such a funny man. >> really funny guy just to even look at him. >>> young phenom taking the masters to storm and forcing a lot of us to think about wha
. ten years of an economy, rosy scenario, budget improving, no way. if you used realistic forecasts, we're heading for 15 to $20 trillion of deficits, not the 6 he starts out with. so, therefore, what he's done makes very little difference. secondly, we need to have revenue increases on everybody, the middle class, too. and, again, you have the illusion and the statement of the middle class, you're not going to have to do it, we'll get it from the oil companies or the top 2%. i'm all for the buffet rule in taxing oil companies, that's fine. but we need more revenue than that if you look at it honestly. third, social security gets a pin brick when social security is a massive problem, there's nothing in the trust fund, that's confetti. we need to have a very tough means test that saves trillions of dollars over the next several years. if we don't do this, we're going to be drifting right into the wall. >> other than that, mr. lincoln, how did you like the play? austan goolsbee, even by president obama's accounting, the total debt goes to something like 80%, 78% of gdp in two years. and t
hussein and hitler. now, a pouty teenage boy who dresses like rosie o'donnell at the emmies. kim jong un doesn't understand that we aren't afraid of him. what that guy doesn't get is that we already have an unstable peninsula that will ultimately bring down america. it's called florida. yes, it is. yes, president obama has a lot on his plate right now. he is now at that very nice stage where there are no more secrets left to come out about him. we all know that as a child he lived in indonesia and studied at a muslim seminary and occasionally ate dog. so clearly from the beginning he was a kid who had his eyes set on the u.s. presidency. check, check and check. here i come. [ laughter ] are now i know he the relationship between the president and the press can seem a bit strange at times. some in the room have even accused the president of being distant and aloof. when i asked the president about it earlier he said oh and then walked away. [ laughter ] i don't want to alarm you, sir, but you're starting to look like a judge on law and order. >> just say you're on thin ice counselor. you
rosie o'donnell at the emmys. kim jong-un does not understand that we aren't afraid of him. what that guy doesn't get is that we already have an unstable peninsula that will ultimately bring down america. it is called florida. [laughter] [applause] yes it is. yes, president obama has a lot on his plate right now. he is at the very nice stage where there are no more secrets left to come out about him. we all know that he lived in indonesia as a child, studied at a muslim seminary and occasionally ate dog. from the beginning, a kid who had his eyes set on the u.s. presidency. [laughter] check, check, and check. here i come. i know the relationship between the president and the press can seem a bit strained at times. some in this room have accused him of being distant and aloof. when i asked the president about it earlier, he said, oh, and then walked away. [laughter] it is only natural, but mr. president election was less exciting than the first time around in 2008. an election night, you celebrated with hundreds of thousands of people in chicago's grant park. it was fascinating.
, pero jenni estuvo ahÍ, las hijas de lupillo estuvieron, todos los sobrinos, rosi, juan, mi mamÁ. >>> su madre doÑa rosa que estaba en uno de los cuartos le >>> salimos en este lujoso auto que su hermana jenni le regalÓ y que maneja en ocasiones especiales, pero paso a comer en esta famosa taquerÍa. >>> es un lugar donde muchos de nosotros venimos a comer. >>> al llegar a la fiesta, la prensa querÍa hablar sobre su hermano lupillo. >>> no, hay que ha de cosas positivas. >>> su hermano menor, tambiÉn asistiÓ y no quiso hablar del viaje de lupillo, para solicitar la compra de los terrenos en lo que cayÓ el avion. el dueÑo le cediÓ una pequeÑa parte donde estÁn las cruces. >>> sin hablar con mis sobrinos no haremos nada. >>> si mi carnal no estÁ dispuesto a aceptar una disculpa no hay nada que pueda hacer. >>> juan viajara con algunos miembros para visitar la cruz. don pedro no los acompaÑara. y vimos a ab quintanilla que saludo y dieron consejos ya que ellos tambiÉn pasaron por la pena de perder a selena. >>> gracias, magalÍ. y vamos directo a acapulco y un avance de lo que
shines a rosy light on the housing market but is it really time for real estate investors to get back in the game? we have two top experts to break it down. more "money" coming your way. melissa: not a good day for oil. concerns over the strength ever the global economy sent oil prices diving below 88 bucks a barrel at one point today, the lowest in months. let's break down what it means for investors and the economy. with me energy guru, steven scrk of the schork report. and the managing partner and chief investment. good to have you both of you on the show. when you have volatile markets in the face of outside oil events, it is helpful to hear from people in the involved in the markets. steven, i ked you about what you were hearing. you fielded a lot of phone calls. what are people saying to you in the past 24 hours? >> they really want to know what is the driver behind this. and essentially, melissa it is continuation whether in the gold market which we've been seeing telltales of weakness the past few months. that is we had a number about drivers that would have suggested, gold pr
you how much of this budget is based on some would say rosy economic assumptions? if you like growth for this year originally was estimated gdp growth of some 3%. i think perhaps looking it will be closer to 2%. what is the gap between reality and what is being forecast? >> the budget relies on conventional economic forecasts. if you look at gdp growth over the full 11-year period, the average is 2.8% a year. the congressional budget office estimates 2.7% a year. likewise if you look at inflation. so i think the budget is using quite modest assumptions. there is some upside potential. if we can pass a budget like the one the president proposed i think that will bring back more confidence. it will help the economy to do even better. liz: you said that you were a week or so ago talking with the president as you hammered this thing out and figured where to cut. now the cut word is really important for the people on the other side, republicans, tea party, perhaps who really demand a lot of cuts. some of them as we look at them, $400 billion in medicare cuts, 200 billion in cuts to farm s
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, there is a new pedestrian rosie i crossing in well, today mayor vincent went to check it out. adam tuss has more on some that like it, but others say it is too confusing. >> reporter: smart safety device? or just too confusing. we told you about this intersection at the area of north connecticut and hampton street. it is getting mixed reviews. >> well, i think it is confusing. >> very, very good, i work here ten years now. i've been here ten years, and saw four accidents. >> reporter: mayor gray dropping in to check out the set up today. remember's it works like this. press the button, the lights flash yellow, then turn solid yellow, the red light comes on, cars stop and the pedestrian gets the walk sign. the mayor looked at the situation. >> we think this will improve the pedestrian safety in the city, and those who don't observe it will be ticketed. >> reporter: after a record low on the pedestrian problems, this carries a price tag of $126,000 according to t-dot. and some estimates show that the cost of the hawk signals can go as high as $200,000. >> worth every penny. >> reporter: bill stein
the suspect who faces first degree murder and attempted murder charges now. a day later crum's widow rosie was appointed sheriff to take her husband's place. she will serve the remainder of his term until next may. julie hall is the couple's daughter and now joining me and in fact she is at her dad's desk in his office. julie, thanks so much for being with us. i know this has to be a very difficult time. a, how are you, and what is it like sitting at your dad's desk? >> i am doing as well as expected. we're still in shock. i am heart broken, but i am doing okay. >> so there is a memorial service for your father a little later on this afternoon. tell me what you want people to know about your dad and how you expect him to be recognized and eulogized today. >> my dad was a very loving man. he was a loving father and grandfather. he loved his community. he has done a great job in the short three months that he has been sheriff. what he accomplished is amazes. >> in three months dad was sheriff, how important was this job, this responsibility to be this public servant in your community? >> my
's a great point, and it's certainly going to make them more competitive verse ford. but all is not rosy for the u.s. automarket. although sales are going relatively well, if you look at total miles driven, the department of transportation puts that money out every month. total miles driven continues to decline, and in a very significant way, like it has ever since 2009. even though the broad market has recovered the '09 highs, mileage driven is not even near that. so i think the auto sector, new cars in particular is a place to avoid, new term and long-term. >> i think seasonally you're right. so i think we could see a decline, perhaps after earnings. it tends to do fairly poor after erp earnings. but laooking at that longer ter chart, there are potential signs for a nice move to the upside. >> i'm channeling my inner ralph nader. i think ford stock sun safe at any price. >> that's a pretty aggressive point. gentleman, we'll watch the story. thanks very much for your insight. see you soon. >> all right. heading toward the close here. we've got about 30 minutes left. coming off the highs
projections are a rosy scenario. if you believe over ten years, that we're going to create 16.5 million jobs. when in the last ten years, we have only done 2 million. 14 years without a recession. from time we have one every 15 months. if you have done a graph of what we have done, 15 to 20 trillion. we'll have $25 trillion to $30 trillion in national debt. when the interest rate normalizes, the debt will soar. the interest cost will soar. wait a minute. >> hold on. arianna, and then paul. >> the cbo also predicted that another 750,000 jobs lost this year ago because of the sequester. absolutely no plan by the administration to deal with the jobs crisis. i think this is something -- >> they have a congress that's going to pass -- >> they haven't introduced a plan. george, you can't have the first congress isn't going to pass it. >> that's why the economy is failing. >> hold on. let paul come in. >> the administration, they have a difficult choice to make. do they talk about what they should be doing? or do they -- or do they position themselves that nothing is going to happen? they chose not
membry, rosie and the ramblers sound like this. one loud noise. what does music mean to you? >> i feel like we all have things we do, whatever, good or bad, and music has that way of just letting it out. ♪ >> reporter: without hearing aids, adam is deaf. with them, he can hear 70% of the sounds around him. for people that don't understand, what is it that you hear? >> with the hearing aids, it's not very clear. it's a lot of noise. >> reporter: lip reading a live concert only gives you a sliver of the experience. until now. while other concertgoers are cheering for the headliners on stage, adam is focused elsewhere. how much of the entire musical experience do you get at a signed concert? >> it's there, you can experience it. >> reporter: the rock stars to the deaf and hard of hearing, barbie parker, and her team of interpreters, at lotus sign. if someone said to me sign language interpreter for live music, it sounds like an oxymoron. you would understand where i'm coming from, right? >> absolutely. everybody asks. everybody asks. and you kind of get the turn of the head, and people
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